We adore the Australian Summer. Long, sunny days, fresh, seasonal produce and time to relax with our loved ones. Here at Lutèce we have combined these three loves in our Dinner by the Sunset menu.
From 5.30pm to 6.30pm every Sunday to Thursday in January and February, we at Lutèce will be soaking up the sun, the view, and a delicious meal.
Our 3-course set menu costs only $45 including a glass of Henpecked, WA wine.
Guests can choose from delectable meals such as Tasmanian pacific natural oysters with shallot vinegar & crispy prawn with aioli; Salad Lutèce with warm goat cheese fritter, baby cos, fig, prosciutto, slow poached egg and hazelnut oil dressing; and the famous Cea’s spanner crab lasagna with a crustacean sauce.
To linger further in the deliciously warm sunset, have a sweet treat from our dessert samples such as a crème brulee with North Queensland vanilla bean and cassonade crispy pastry or our profiteroles “Pauline” with pistachio ice cream and hot chocolate sauce.
To embrace the last rays of summer, join us for a Sunset dinner as we enjoy every minute of sunlight that we can.
To book, call 3161 1858 or email email@example.com
We cannot believe the year is over, and feel amazed by the amount of support we’ve received in our first six months at Lutèce. We started it all off with our Bastille Day celebrations, and have since had a Black Truffle Celebration Dinner, Crittenden Estate Wine Dinner, Beaujolais Nouveau, and now we are about to enjoy Christmas Day Lunch and New Year’s Eve Dinner.
If you’re ready to relax this New Year’s Eve and sip champagne alongside a divine French meal, we’ve got your perfect evening sorted with three options to choose from.
If you have other places to be when the clock strikes 12, join us for the early sitting at 5:30 for 6pm. This three-course dinner includes an entrée, main, and dessert for $75 per person, or $120 per person if you choose to have Moet et Chandon Brut Imperial on arrival and premium wines throughout dinner.
The night owls among us can chink glasses and indulge in a five-course meal from 8:30pm. This sitting is the perfect treat for the end of the year, and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the finer things in life with friends and family. The five-course second sitting is $115 per person, or $160 with Moet et Chandon Brut Imperial on arrival and premium wines throughout the evening.
If you wish to join us for our New Year’s Eve celebration and say goodbye to 2013 the French way, please call (07) 3161 1858 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservation.
À tout à l’heure!
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas at Lutèce. We’ve put together some great function packages and dining opportunities for those wishing to celebrate their Christmas in an elegant (and delicious!) way.
We have a number of options available for a unique and memorable function experience. With sweeping views over Mt Coot-tha and Brisbane’s west, we have seating for up to 80 guests, space for 160 during cocktail functions, and conference spaces for 25 to 70 guests.
Our menus have been prepared with an innovative French twist, and are designed to please any guest! The lunch and dinner function packages can be customized to suit your every need. For further information you can contact Restaurant Manager Cassidy on (07) 3161 1858 or email email@example.com.
If it’s a delicious Christmas Day lunch you’re after, look no further! Relax with friends and family and let all the hard work be done for you. Our three-course feast includes selections such as oven roasted traditional turkey breast, stuffing and leg ham with cranberries and apple chutney, fork crushed bintje potato and sherry jus – and that’s just one course!
Make sure you leave room for dessert, because ours will not disappoint. Why not try the steamed traditional Christmas pudding with vanilla and brandy sauce, Christmas spices and macadamia nut ice cream?
The three-course menu costs $160 per person, and $65 for children up to 12 years old. Additional drinks packages can also be purchased. View the menu for full details and information on payment. If you have any queries, please call on (07) 3161 1858 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
November has arrived, and that means it’s Beaujolais Nouveau month!
For those who don’t know about this unique wine event, the Beaujolais Nouveau celebrates the end of the harvest and is a race to get the new vintage on to the market as fast as possible.
The unique wine, always released in the third week of November, is made of Gamay grapes, and fermented for just a few weeks before being harvested by hand in the Beaujolais region of France.
Georges DuBoeuf produces the most well known variety of Beaujolais Nouveau, and DuBoeuf himself is often recognised as the man responsible for the popularisation of the annual Beaujolais Nouveau.
To celebrate, we’re holding a five course Georges DuBoeuf Beaujolais Nouveau dinner on Thursday, November 21 with guest chef Russell Armstrong.
Beginning at 7pm, guests will enjoy a menu of Russell Armstrong’s favourite dishes such as pressed quail and foie gras tartine, slow braised milk fed veal “Milanese”, and poached sensation pear with an almond tart.
Of course, Georges DuBouef Beaujolais Nouveau accompanies all these dishes.
We are the only venue putting on a Beaujolais Nouveau celebration, so don’t miss out on this unique and quintessentially French opportunity!
The dinner, with all wine included, is $125 per person. Book in now on (07) 3161 1858, or email email@example.com
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